Game of Thrones is a 60 minute fantasy/adventure/drama series on HBO about the medieval mythical land of Westeros where seven powerful families fight a civil war to see who will unite their seven kingdoms under one ruler. Like many pay cable shows, this series is rampant with sexual situations and violence.
Game of Thrones Cast
Peter Dinklage .... Tyrion Lannister (2011-)
Lena Headey .... Cersei Lannister (2011-)
Maisie Williams .... Arya Stark (2011-)
Michelle Fairley .... Catelyn Stark (2011-)
Emilia Clarke .... Daenerys Targaryen (2011-)
Iain Glen .... Ser Jorah Mormont (2011-)
Kit Harington .... Jon Snow (2011-)
Sophie Turner .... Sansa Stark (2011-)
Jack Gleeson .... Joffrey Baratheon (2011-)
Aidan Gillen .... Petyr Baelish (2011-)
Isaac Hempstead Wright .... Bran Stark (2011-)
Jerome Flynn .... Bronn (2011-)
Conleth Hill .... Lord Varys (2011-)
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau .... Jaime Lannister (2011-)
Charles Dance .... Tywin Lannister (2011-)
John Bradley .... Samwell Tarly (2011-)
Sibel Kekilli .... Shae (2011-)
Sean Bean .... Eddard Stark (2011)
James Cosmo .... Jeor Mormont (2011-)
Alfie Allen .... Theon Greyjoy (2011-2012)
Richard Madden .... Robb Stark (2011-2012)
Donald Sumpter .... Maester Luwin (2011-2012)
Rory McCann .... Sandor Clegane (2011-2012)
Ron Donachie .... Ser Rodrik Cassel (2011-2012)
Julian Glover .... Grand Maester Pycelle (2011-2012)
Amrita Acharia .... Irri (2011-2012)
Kristian Nairn .... Hodor (2011-2012)
Mark Stanley .... Grenn (2011-2012)
Roxanne McKee .... Doreah (2011-2012)
Natalia Tena .... Osha (2011-2012)
Esme Bianco .... Ros (2011-2012)
Jason Momoa .... Khal Drogo (2011-2012)
Joe Dempsie .... Gendry (2011-2012)
Game of Thrones Trivia
This series is based on a series of novels by "George R.R. Martin" titled, "A Song of Ice and Fire". The first book in that series is titled, "A Game of Thrones".
George R.R. Martin has said that he will end the Game of Thrones story by showing a magnificent cloud of either snow or dust that is being blown over a huge graveyard loaded with tombstones.
There are many prostitutes in the books that are unnamed. For the series, "Ros" was created in order to represent those characters however there was no character named "Ros" in the books.
The first season of Game of Thrones sticks very closely to the storyline in the first novel but in the second season, the TV series wanders away quite a bit from the storyline in the second novel.
Tyrion Lannister uses a method of finding spies that is used often in real life by the intelligence agencies of many nations. He gives each person that he suspects is spying for his sister a different bit of information. Then when his sister reveals that she knows one of those bits of information, Tyrion knows who is spying for her.
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